Happy Mother’s Day to the planet, to Mothers and to your Mothers. I didn’t really find links about mothers but I bet I will after today. ;-) I hope you have a wonderful day.
This week I’ve got Twitter, Green Housing, Obama’s Blackberry, Productivity, Manuals, Gimp and Geeks.
I’m not sure why this is but there are an unusually high number of WordPress themes with Citrus in their name. It seems that whenever green, yellow or orange are used that oranges, grapefruit and limes pop into the theme creator’s mind.
So, as I started noticing this assortment if fruity themes, I decided to collect them and highlight this naming oddity.
This is NOT a personal recommendation of these themes. At least one of them could easily be added to my article about ugly WordPress themes.
Anyway, maybe some extra citrus is needed during this dark time of year, especially for those of us who live in cold climates. And now I’m thinking about how grandparents would tell me that they would only get an orange for Christmas. That seems so sad until you think about globalization and buying locally. If you lived in say Canada, you certainly wouldn’t have had access to citrus in December, if ever.
It seems that people are interested in freelancing or earning extra money and in twitter. Since I wrote a number of articles about twitter before anyone was visiting this site (and because I’m lazy), I’m re-posting what I consider to be my 5 best articles about Twitter.
They are on a variety of topics and aren’t exactly the how to get started with twitter types of articles but I think you will still find them useful.
Wow, another week already. This week’s list has a number of articles written for Blog Action Day 08, Ari Herzog’s steps in moving from Blogger to WordPress, and Mark Hayward’s list of people to follow on Twitter (ok, ok I’m on his list).